The Diploma of Information Technology provides an introduction to key theoretical and practical knowledge in information technology including programming, computer science, business systems, database design and digital media. Students who succeed in the program can choose from a number of undergraduate degrees offered by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, and progress directly into the second year of the degree. KEY FEATURES Equivalent to the first year of an undergraduate degree. Prepares students for entry into the second year of a Bachelor degree within the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Teaching and learning activities focus on assisting students to acquire academic knowledge and also the study skills needed to succeed in higher education in Australia. English language skills are integrated into the academic subjects to assist students to increase their confidence and competence. Course progression Students who complete the diploma program, and meet all entry requirements can articulate into the second year of the degree. DEGREE Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of e-Business Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Software Engineering stream Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Information Technology - Games Design and Development Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science (major in Information Systems and Business Analysis) Bachelor of Science (major in Software Technology)
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||5 terms|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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